Am I the only person who thinks Andy is quite capable of working things out for himself without the help of Lendl - a man currently more familiar with the golf course than the 21st century sport of tennis?
Granted, the man experienced similar psychological effects of major losses before coming through but his style of tennis was different to Andy's natural game (I'm open to correction btw) and I'm not sure what he can add in terms of technicalities and game plans.
According to Courier, Lendl spends most of his on court practise with Andy, working on his forehand which we all know must be
improved if he is to win a slam.
I think we've seen improvements in that area already. Also, Andy is being more aggressive, hence huge UE error count.
His game is clearly in transition and until he feels totally confident with this FDL, I'm expecting more UEs per match. He has
to be more aggressive, Rafa and Fed have both improved in that area. No gain without pain.